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 Team Ethiopia at EU

Concluding his first World Economic Forum (WEF) stint at Davos, Switzerland, and having delivered his first address to one of the most prestigious gathering of the global elite, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) paid a short visit to the snowy capital of the European Union (EU) where he wandered the halls of the EU Commission and schmoozed powerful men at Brussels including Donald Tusk, European Council President, Jean-Claude Juncker,European Union Commission President, and Federica Mogherini, EU Commission Vice President and High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. 

Commission considers legal actions against flower farms

The Federal Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Commission and the Oromia Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Authority are considering duplicating the legal measures taken against tanneries,for what was said to be a repeated environmental pollution offenses, on flower farms in various location in the country and the regional state, The Reporter has learnt.

Ethiopia misses export target yet again

Withthe country struggling to contend with the extended security crisis, more reports are emerging revealing an alarming trendin the performance of Ethiopia’sexport sectorasthe Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) continues tograpple with illicittrade activities.

Chinese manufacturer plants foot in Ethiopia

Wondfo JCC, a division of GUANGZHOU WONDFO BIOTECH CO., LTD, a China based company is opening-up shop in Ethiopia partnering with REY Import and Export PLC, Delta Instrument Technology PLC and EZM,local Ethiopian enterprises.

Italian textile maker unveils export of synthetic products

Joining the Ethiopian investment landscape with a capital outlay of USD 100 million, Cavico Group, an Italy-based textile giant, which has set up shop at the newly inaugurated Kombolcha Industrial Park, has launched the export of specialized synthetic textile products to the European markets, The Reporter has learnt.

Addis Ababa mayor warns fuel stations

The Addis Ababa city administration deputy mayor Takele Uma (Eng.) has warned gas stations and petroleum companies operating in the city to properly discharge their responsibility.  

 Coffee fetches USD 334 mln, declines by USD 48 mln

The export of some 104,000 tons of coffee has generated USD 334 million. When added with the USD five million generated from spices exports and USD 1.6 million from tea; the total export value Ethiopia has bagged during the current half fiscal year stands at USD 340 million.